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I've found that this isn't as easy to set as an objective for learning as it should be... not because of students or teachers, but because administrators are reluctant to "authorize" these kinds of projects without some kind of assurance it won't lead to demands for change in their buildings, and parents are scared their children will be exposed to all the bad things on the Internet. This was especially true in my school in a high-rent district (after all, aren't rich kids more valuable?)
Don't forget to get buy-in from these essential partners BEFORE you start a project that may lead to a learning revolution Not just in your classroom but everywhere! Load your boat before you set sail!
nao somente criancas, vejo essas expectativas para aprendizado de adultos tambem.
Important message for teachers who might not be in this place yet. "Technology is a tool, not a learning outcome."
Πολύ κατατοπιστικό και χρήσιμο.Προσθέτω και το http://www.toondoo.com/createBook.do , το http://storybird.com/ , το www.storyjumper.com/ , έτσι για ποικιλία.
Richard Byrne has updated one of his most popular posts, on creating comics in the classroom. As well as providing information of five tools to create comics he also provides two slideshows (by B. Hendy). The first slideshow looks at strategies for using comics in the classroom. The second slideshow provides a quick look at how comics have the potential to have students use higher order thinking skills as well as providing materials on other sites that help to create comics.
20 Video Tutorials από την Common Craft.
A few brief, high-impact guidelines for using technology in the classroom.